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In Tribute to Sgt. Rodney C. Gillis
34 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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rodney you were my best friend we work the action together you help me when I had family problems some to talk to I miss you I think about you everyday I talk about you all the time so you will always be my best friend I miss you will never for get you your friend mike

*** Posted by michael robinson on 2011-11-03 ***

I never knew you, but I thank God for men like you who willingly sacrifice themselves to save another. You are a true hero.

*** Posted by Kristy Turney on 2011-09-11 ***

Thank you for your bravery and service.

*** Posted by John A. Gillis on 2011-09-11 ***

Not a day goes by....you are missed so very much. Angels belong in heaven..
love you always

*** Posted by Salisha on 2011-09-10 ***

Its been 10 long years.....
Wow, I have missed you so much and will continue to miss you! Watkins St has never and will never be the same! Rodney was one of the kindest person I ever knew with a heart of Gold! The last time we talked on Sunday, Sept 10, 2001, I never knew it would really be the last time. Rest in Peace, I know your an Angel! In my heart, Always!

*** Posted by Sonja on 2011-09-09 ***

Cousin, you may be gone but never forgotten,rest now...We all miss you dear...To my family,love each other more today.

*** Posted by Bob Mark Walston on 2011-09-07 ***

Since 9-11, your photo has hung in my work mailbox at Marysville Police Department. I see you every day. I thank you every day. Your name in on a bracelet that I wear. I will not forget you.

Crime Scene Investigator Lynda Cummings

*** Posted by Lynda Cummings on 2010-09-09 ***

I love you and miss you so much.

Mom

*** Posted by Mom on 2010-03-21 ***

What a special little boy who became a very special man. You have blessed my life.

*** Posted by Yvettra on 2010-01-13 ***

I sadly was never able to meet you up close. From what your son says, I'm sure you were amazing. God bless you for your service.

*** Posted by Ted Goshman on 2008-08-15 ***

It is hard to believe that we sat together in high school, talking about our future. You once said, "My plan is to make a difference." Your passion and love for others proved it on 9/11. To the entire Gillis family: Sir RODNEY will never be forgotten. You all will forever be in our prayers.

Park West High School Class of 1985 honors our brother and friend, SGT. RODNEY GILLIS

*** Posted by Phyllis Cameron Lee on 2008-06-03 ***

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. And Robert Mitchell, if this is you and you remember me and Conan, please say 'hi.'

Jennie

*** Posted by Jennie from Alaska on 2007-09-27 ***

Rodney, you were the 1st person that made friends with me and my brother John when I first moved to Watkins street. You were such a special person from the moment I met you. You will never be forgotten. Thank you.

Your friend,
mae

*** Posted by mae on 2007-08-29 ***

You have worked with my father as a New York finest. You are a brave heroic person that many people would look up to. You were a great officer and loved by your family. God bless you for being a hero on 9/11/01.

*** Posted by son of retired dectective Thomas Joyce on 2007-01-09 ***

Rodney,

  We worked together in the 77 pct and met each other here and there after we both left the 77 to do bigger and better things in our careers. I would like to say you were a professional in every sense of the word and you are missed. The world has lost a great person....I wish your family much peace. I think of you often, your family needs to know what a great Boss you were. And what a great cop you were. You are truly a Hero.

Robert Mitchell

*** Posted by Robert Mitchell Detective NYPD Retired on 2006-09-12 ***

Rodney is an inspiration to me. We had to write a report for school about our hero, and I chose Rodney for his brave deeds in the world trade center

*** Posted by Shane on 2005-10-03 ***

I miss you so very much.  I wish every day that this day could be September 10, 2001, when we last talked and laughed and, unknown to us both, said our final good night.  I wish every day that you had come home and yet I know that was something you could not and would not have done given who you are and your dedication to an humantarian service you believed in so much.  So many people love and miss you.  The daily calls and words of inspiration are comforting and we all know you are here with us in magnificent spirit.
You would not believe all the goings-on right up to this day, but then maybe you would especially since some of it you had predicted.  Your wisdom and sense of descernment has proven a reality and I continue to stay strong in the Lord, your direction, strength and unconditional love for all of us.  Mom

*** Posted by Geraldine Gilliam, Rodney's Mom on 2004-02-29 ***


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